Liverpool came from behind twice before taking the lead late on against Charlton Athletic, only to draw 3-3 in an Anfield thriller.
Charlton took the lead through Richard Rufus, but they were pegged back within 10 minutes as Robbie Fowler converted a penalty.
Clive Mendonca restored the Addicks' advantage just after the hour-mark, but Liverpool promptly levelled again through Patrik Berger, and Fowler then put the Reds 3-2 up in the 82nd minute.
The home side's joy was short-lived though as Steve Jones responded a minute later, securing a draw.
Liverpool slipped to fourth with 11 points, remaining three points off the top, while Charlton lay 15th with six points.
Alan Shearer scored five as Newcastle United beat Sheffield Wednesday 8-0 at St. James' Park in Sir Bobby Robson's first match in charge of the Magpies.
Aaron Hughes opened the scoring for the hosts after 11 minutes, while Kieron Dyer and Gary Speed also got on the scoresheet.
It was Newcastle's first league win of the season, while Sheffield Wednesday remained bottom with victory.